SX 104-614 Cornwall England
Restormel Castle is a Norman stone ringwork and bailey fortress, founded by Baldwin fitz Turstin, Sheriff of Cornwall. The huge circular shell keep with its complete range of internal buildings, is encased by a deep ditch and was the home to Edward, the Black Prince. 7 miles north is Cardinham Castle.
Restormel Castle is located north of Lostwithiel, off Restormel Road. 9 miles north-east of St Austell, on the A390.
The site is owned by English Heritage and is open daily, July and August 10:00-6:00pm, April to June and September 10:00-5:00pm, October 10:00-4:00pm.
There is a car park.